Monday morning news brief, March 26

Monday morning brief Mar 26 2018
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South Africa routed an embattled Australia by 322 runs in the third Test of their series. Set an unlikely target of 430 runs to win, Australia were bowled out for a paltry 107, with fast bowler Morne Morkel taking five wickets for 23. The dismal end to the match came after Australia was revealed to have engaged in ball-tampering, a scandal that has sent shockwaves through the sporting fraternity. Skipper Steve Smith was subsequently banned for one match by the ICC. Read more
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India is planning to send doctors to Pakistan for prisoner repatriation. India and Pakistan are currently discussing a proposal by the former to allow a team of over 20 doctors to visit Pakistan to examine Indian prisoners awaiting repatriation. The aim is for the doctors to examine the prisoners who are said to be mentally unsound, elderly prisoners, and women and children who are prisoners. Both countries are in touch over the issue of visas for the doctors but diplomatic sources in New Delhi said Pakistan may not give visa to so many doctors and medical experts.
The government has decided to allow foreign tourists to acquire inner-line and protected area permits for five years. Earlier, tourists were allowed permits for just two years. Arunachal Pradesh is likely to be the first beneficiary of the more relaxed norms, with Sikkim and Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir likely to be progressively opened up. The Union ministry of tourism is looking to increase tourist inflow to Arunachal’s Tawang valley, Ziro and Bomdila, among the most picturesque parts of the state.
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The Aadhaar data leak via two public-sector firms was fixed only a month after it was drawn attention to, said experts. The issue was claimed to be fixed after UIDAI put out a statement on Saturday in response to business technology news website ZDNet’s Friday report highlighting vulnerabilities in the state-owned utility’s application. ZDNet’s security editor Zack Whittaker published screenshots of leaked data retrieved from one of the two companies on Sunday, showing that they were also leaking customer data of another public sector enterprise.
‘Justice Clocks’ will soon start ticking in all 24 high courts across the country. The Centre will soon install <a href=””>&lsquo;Justice Clocks&rsquo;</a> &mdash; LED message display boards &mdash; in all 24 high courts to show the daily rate of disposal of cases, the number of pending cases and the individual rank of each of these courts. The aim is also to create a competition among the courts and also rank them according to performance when it comes to disposal of cases.
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